Social Class and Language

Yumiko Nakano
1974 The Journal of Educational Sociology  
The studies of socialization in educational sociology have mainly attempted to explain the differences among social classes in socialization process. But the studies of verbal and non-verbal signals, which represent the concrete content of socialization, have been neglected. Among these studies, this article focuses on the micro analysis of socialization process. The purposes of this article are as follows: (1) To introduce the study of class and language in England by B. Bernstein and others.
more » ... nstein and others. (2) To report the author's investigation on class and language in Japan in com parison with the study in England. (3) To point out the problems on socio-linguistic analysis of the Japanese language in comparison with the English language, and to suggest the analytical framework for these problems.
doi:10.11151/eds1951.29.146 fatcat:xeij76t3jbbgdmnmokmyf4htgy